Registered with Property118.comFriday 9th August 2013
Reply to the comment left by Mandy Thomson at 18/09/2017 - 14:02It should be stressed that a valid notice to quit does end the tenancy on expiry. The actions of the tenants have actually no bearing on this.... Read More
I'd like to see landlords associations more vocal on this.
The debate has been framed in terms of "letting agents fees" but there are not such things.
A letting agent is indeed just an agent of the landlord and is not entitled to charge tenants anything. That's the law as it stands. When they charge tenants they do so on behalf of the landlord who has authorised it.
They want to ban landlords charging tenants.... Read More
There was never any requirement for a s.21 notice served during a fixed term tenancy to expire on the last day of that tenancy.
Such notice has always been allowed to expire on any date so you're fine regarding the expiry date.... Read More
Reply to the comment left by Gunga Din at 28/08/2017 - 11:22Hi Gunga,
You would need to proceed as with a 'normal' tenancy deposit by protecting this deposit within 30 days of receiving it.... Read More
If they have sent you a formal notice under the council tax regulations then you are safe to provide the information.
In fact, you are obligated to provide the information or you will face a penalty that starts at £70.... Read More